Our members and supporters are the foundation of the Support after Suicide Partnership and our wider network. They are all involved in providing support for people bereaved by suicide and play a huge role in helping us to shape our priorities.


StepChange have a team of debt experts help hundreds of thousand of people a year to deal with their debt problems. With 30 years experience, you can be confident that we can provide the advice and support you need to achieve long-term financial control.

They offer free, flexible debt advice that is based on a comprehensive assessment of your situation. They will then provide practical help and support for however long it’s needed.

How Your Debt Advice Session Works. StepChange


Stigma Statistics

Stigma Statistics is a social startup that aims to map real-time suicide data to help inform suicide prevention and bereavement support services and prevention strategies.



StrongMen‘s aim is to support men following bereavement. Grief can cause severe emotional and physical health conditions which are often overlooked and even ignored, especially in men.

It is with personal experience in these issues that the team behind StrongMen has created incredible services to help men going through the toughest of times.


Suicide & Co

Suicide & Co work to open up conversations around suicide-related grief, connect individuals bereaved through sharing information and resources, and help support services with counselling grants through fundraising. They also signpost to support services across the UK.


Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS)

SOBS offer support services for adults over 18, including local support groups, that have been bereaved or affected by suicide.


Sussex Community Development Association

SCDA supports community-based projects that work to address the needs of those most vulnerable in the community, across East Sussex.


Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline

Switchboard is the national LGBTQIA+ help and support line across the UK. Ever since they took their first call in 1974, they’ve been at the heart of these communities and had over 4 million conversations with people who just needed someone to listen. Now, in their 48th year, they are available from 10 am – 10 pm, 365 days a year, through phone, instant messenger and email.
Switchboard are a safe space for anyone to discuss anything, including sexuality, gender identity, sexual health and emotional well-being.
They support people to explore the right options for themselves.
They aspire to a society where all LGBT+ people are informed and empowered.


Taraki works with Punjabi communities to reshape approaches to mental health. It was started in October 2017 by Shuranjeet Sing after his experiences of mental health challenges as a student. Taraki works with Punjabi communities and focuses on areas such as awareness, education, peer support and research to try and enable better approaches to individual and collective mental health care.


Ted Senior Foundation

The Ted Senior Foundation was set up in loving memory of Ted by his close friends and family after he very sadly took his own life in 2018. The Ted Senior Foundation works to prevent suicide through tackling stigma and championing good mental health. They work to support both local and national suicide prevention and mental health organisations and events and have recently launched the ‘Ted’s Friends’ initiative.


The Delicate Mind

The Delicate Mind (TDM) is an award-winning mental health C.I.C that supports racialised and working-class communities through workshops, research, training, advocacy and services. We have worked with over 75 organisations from across the media, public health, prisons, the third sector, youth groups, faith institutions, refugee support groups, community groups and research bodies with a frontline reach of over 4,800 people.

Currently, The Delicate Mind has been funded by Public Health England to run key community mental health services across the West Midlands and is currently creating mental health training for the Muslim community to be delivered nationwide in partnership with the Big Lottery Fund and The British Muslims For Secular Democracy.

If you would like to learn more about their mission statement and work please visit


The Laura Centre

The Laura Centre offers a range of free therapeutic support for anyone that has lost a child of any age, as well as children up to age 24 who have lost a parent, carer or other significant adults in their life.